The Telegraph has launched a Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) competition, giving undergraduates the chance to win £25,000.
To enter, students studying STEM subject degrees are invited to either answer challenges set out by industry specialists or create and answer their own brief based on the pre-set judging criteria. The winning team will receive the cash prize, together with a bespoke mentoring programme with a senior engineer at Babcock International Group.
Designed to raise the profile of these key industry sectors, the competition is in assosication with Babcock International Group and is supported by GlaxoSmithKline, McLaren, Atkins, Semta and BAE Systems.
The deadline for entries of 27 April with the winner being announced at the start of Universities Week 2014 on 9 June at an awards ceremony in London.
For further details or to enter please visit: www.telegraph.co.uk/STEMawards.